Coach's Clipboard Newsletter - Special Edition
April 24, 2015
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Dear Coaches, Players, Friends,

This is a special announcement about Point Guard College.

We've seen and experienced a lot of basketball camps and courses over the years, but one of our favorites is PGC Basketball.

PGC summer courses are unlike any basketball experience you, or your players, have ever had. There are no stations, no wasted time, and no endless full-court games with little to no defense. Everything is done with intention.  And everything happens with one goal in mind:  Ensuring you and your players have the best basketball experience of your lives.

With this special invitation, save 50% off PGC's regular tuition rate. And if you're one of the first 25 coaches to respond, they'll discount your tuition another $100, allowing you to pay just $295. That's a $500 savings off the normal $795 cost.

Simply enter the promo code 100CC when you register, and they'll take care of the rest.

P.S. Have a player who would benefit from PGC? Now through Friday, April 30, players can save $50 off the price of tuition by simply selecting the course of their choice and registering. No promo code or coupons are required.

This offer doesn't last long, and neither will seats in many of their sessions. PGC has already sold out sessions this year, and in 2014, more than 40 of their sessions sold out, leaving 2,500 players on waitlists.

Don’t take our word for it. Here's what others have to say about PGC

"My daughter is an enthusiastic graduate of PGC, and I can say without reservation that what they offer is unparalleled in the basketball camp industry. If you can attend only one basketball camp this summer, make it PGC. If you can attend five basketball camps this summer, make them all PGC." - Greg Brittenham | former New York Knicks assistant coach, 1991-2011

"PGC will greatly improve the play of any aspiring player." - John Wooden, named "Basketball Coach of the Century" by ESPN

"It's the best basketball camp in America for learning how to think the game." - Rick Carlisle, head coach, Dallas Mavericks, 2011 NBA champions